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  • Henrik Cavling's London 1904

    Danish journalist extraordinaire Henrik Cavling published a book about London in 1904.
    It's full of small vignettes and photographs of characters and scenes from London.
    I've scanned some of the more relevant ones. Most are from the chapter "Whitechapel".


    The accompanying text is the drawing/photo's caption in the book.

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    An ordinary poor dining hall in Whitechapel
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      At the entrance to a well-known lodging house
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        Crowding at a cheap dining house
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          The inside of the lodging house Medland Hall
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            The back of one of the big lodging houses in the East End
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              Poor seeking public aid
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                One of the Salvation Army's dining halls
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                  St. James' park early morning
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                    Street restaurant in the main thoroughfare in Whitechapel: Whitechapel road
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                      Salvation Army's dining hall at Blackfriars' bridge
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                        Outstanding, Kattrup !
                        Thanks very much.....
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                          Originally posted by Kattrup View Post
                          Poor seeking public aid
                          This photo is online identified as the entrance to St Marylebone casual ward

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                            Originally posted by Kattrup View Post
                            Crowding at a cheap dining house
                            The company Keyes, Head & co seem to be located 6 Gray Street, Manchester Square. I believe thatís roughly where present day Grayís yard is, just north of Picton Pl.

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                            • #15
                              Post #2 - three men with cats? Weird.

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